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Part II in our Trianon Series

The Cleveland Hungarian Museum invites you to join us on Saturday, October 10th at 2 p.m. for Part II of our Series on the the Treaty of Trianon, Presented by Professor Dr. András Ludányi Professor András Ludányi will provide specific details on the Treaty itself; he will summarize the horrible demographic, cultural, economic and political […]

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Part I of Trianon Series

Our first venture into the online lecture format was Part I in a three part series on the 1920 Treaty of Trianon. The Treaty of Trianon-the part of the Paris Peace Settlement that dealt with Hungary-constituted the most severe setback suffered by the Hungarian nation since the Battle of Mohács in 1526.  In the first […]

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Museum Front

The Museum is open to visitors by appointment only, details below!

Until the current pandemic eases, our Museum will be open to visitors Tuesday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. by appointment only. Those wishing to make an appointment can email the Museum at, or call the Museum at 216-523-3900. The volunteers who will be at the Museum  to greet and host visitors will be happy […]

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Children’s program featured Hungarian folk motifs

This year’s Children’s Program was unusual in that we had to reschedule the program and we missed the annual visit from St. Nicholas (Mikulás Bácsi). So we gathered with children ages 3 through 13 on January 4th of the New Year, and painted, drew, stamped and glued flowers and designs onto various craft media…the children […]

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October’s program on the Diaspora

On October 12 the Museum hosted  a program on Hungarian Diaspora Diplomacy from the perspective of Washington DC. and how that Diaspora is served by the various consulates and the Embassy itself. Our speaker was Zita Mirk, Diaspora Liaison, Embassy of Hungary. Her presentation focused on the various initiatives that the Hungarian government has formulated to […]

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Exhibit at the Museum features New Donations!

This exhibit features stunning examples of folk and fine art, all in the Hungarian spirit of creativity! From textiles to porcelain and paintings, there is something compelling for every viewer to enjoy and marvel at. Donors have reached out to the Museum in an effort to find a home for their treasures, and we are […]

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2019 Vintner Dinner- a wonderful event!

Saturday evening, October 19, and the weather was like a soothing autumn whisper, the kind of evening that beckons us to the golf club where good food, good wine and good company come together for a congenial evening. The Hungarian melodies performed by Harmonia, the Hungarian wines imported from vineyards around Tokaj, Sopron, Pannonhalma, and […]

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